Samurai Sam’s rice bowls are an ideal post-workout meal, containing lean proteins, healthy vegetables loaded with antioxidants and just the right amount of fat. If your Samurai Sam’s Teriyaki Grill® is located near a gym or park area, marketing to active, health conscious adults can be a great way to build traffic at your restaurant. After all, sometimes a smoothie or a shake doesn’t cut it after hitting the gym. Sometimes, our bodies demand that we eat.

Healthier Ingredients Make a Big Difference

After a workout, the body needs good nutrition. While working out, your muscles quickly burn through the glycogen that has been stored in them. Once that happens, some of the proteins in your muscles begin to break down and get damaged.

Eating the right types of nutrients after exercise helps the body in its efforts to rebuild glycogen and repair the damage from the proteins that have broken down in your muscles. Healthy carbs and proteins aid in your body’s recovery after a workout.

Multiple Options for Healthy Rice Bowls

One of the best things about Samurai Sam’s rice bowls is the options you have for proteins and carbs from lean meats and vegetables in your meal. Guests can choose from grilled steak, chicken breast, shrimp, and salmon for protein, which are served with wok-stirred veggies and their choice of white or brown rice for healthy carbs.

Learn more about the advantages of owning your own Samurai Sam’s Teriyaki Grill franchise and making a difference by offering healthy, fast meal options for active people on the go.

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